Gender equality and non-discrimination

Gender & Non Discrimination


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Empowering UN System Gender Focal Points, blended training

On-line phase: 5-29 May 2015
Face-to-face phase in Turin: 1-5 June 2015
This training is aiming at UN system GFPs and gender facilitators tasked with supporting and promoting gender integration in their work unit and agencies.

This blended training will provide GFPs with an introduction to the UN Gender architecture and explore strategies and tools for identifying and addressing gender equality obstacles within the UN.

It will examine gender mainstreaming tools (such as gender markers and the UN System Wide Approach on Gender Equality) and its concrete application and build a community of practice within the UN to foster discussion and sharing of good practices. This community will also support access to resources and tools.

You will find more information in the flyer of this course:
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The deadline for applications is 24 April, 2015:
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Gender and organizational change

Gender and organizational change

From 23/03/2015 to 27/03/2015 in Turin.

How can organizations become gender responsive and transformative? The presence of more women does not automatically mean greater equality. This course analyses success stories and barriers, and goes deeper by looking at gender as part of an organizational change management strategy rather than a stand-alone item on the agenda. 
Click here to download the flyer. To apply, follow the instructions described in the application form.
GEOSA: Gender and Equality Organisational Self-Assessment
Based on its experiences with a wide range of institutional actors, the ITC-ILO Gender Training Programme has developed a new and innovative approach to build sustainable capacity within an organization to address gender and equality mainstreaming needs.
The Gender & Equality Organizational Self-Assessment (GEOSA) is a highly participatory process, which promotes organizational learning on how to practically and effectively mainstream gender.
GEOSA is about much more than gender equality! It can be adopted to address many other dimensions of inequality and discrimination. 
Rather than just providing a “baseline”, the GEOSA exercise is a key instrument to start a dialogue on organizational learning and change as well as on evidence-based indicators of good practice. It works as an entry point for discussing wider substantive and operational concerns, as it tackles both explicit and implicit gender biases within an organization’s structure and culture.
If you are curious about how the GEOSA exercise could benefit your organization, check out a detailed and interactive presentation by clicking here




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